Tusten Mountain Trail

The Tusten Mountain Trail is a partnership with the Greater New York Council of the Boy Scouts of America. This moderately difficult three mile trail takes you on a loop through historic remains of the Tusten Settlement as you climb to the summit for a magnificent view of the Upper Delaware Valley.

The trailhead is near the Ten Mile River Access on Crawford Road (off Route 97) between Narrowsburg and Barryville, NY.

For Your Safety:

  • Wear sturdy shoes or hiking boots.
  • Sneakers or sandals will not provide proper support.  Well cushioned socks and a hiking stick may be helpful on difficult trails.
  • Bring plenty of drinking water
  • Insect repellant may be needed.  Check yourself for ticks.  If you’re allergic to insects come prepared. 
  • Watch for snakes sunning on exposed rocks. 
  • Keep pets leashed at all times
  • Never feed or disturb wildlife
  • These are carry-in, carry-out trails.  Please don’t litter.

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Location

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Latitude: 41.553849 Longitude: -75.01869 Elevation: 649 ft
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Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River (NPS)

Trail Distance

3 miles

Pet Friendly Notes

Dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6' in length and as always, please clean up after your pet.

Comments

And home of the amazing Ten Mile River Scout Camps of the Greater New York Councils, BSA since 1927..

Hal Rosenfeld, 4/13/2016

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